2017. November 23., Thursday

The University’s Management


Rector

Prof. Dr. Gábor Szabó

Rector
Professor
Department of Optical and Quantum Electronics, Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged

Chancellor

Judit Fendler


The University Chancellor is responsible for, inter alia, the control of the management and administration of universities.


Vice-Rectors


Prof. Dr. Krisztina Karsai
Vice-Rector for Education
Professor
Department of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law, Faculty of Law, University of Szeged


Prof. Dr. Lajos Kemény

Vice-Rector for Science, Research Development and Innovation
Professor
Department of Dermatology and Allergology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Szeged

 

Prof. Dr. Tamás Martinek

Vice-Rector for Public Relations
Professor
Institute of Pharmaceutical Analysis, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Szeged


Prof. Dr. Katalin Nagy

Vice-Rector for Foreign Affairs

Professor

Department of Oral Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Szeged


The Senate

The Senate has 49 members, in addition to the Rector and the president of the university students' union it unifies the delegated members of the Faculties, the non-instructor employees, the university students and the representative bodies.


The Committees of the Senate

The Senate can establish permanent or temporary committees in order to facilitate its own operation and university leadership, to analyse specific educational, scientific, managing, economic or other problems, to develop proposals, to prepare decisions and to control the implementation of decisions, to manage university students' and applicants' affairs.


SZTE Experience


Yuanyuan_ChenYuanyuan Chen - International Economy and Business - Stipendium student

My first impression about Szeged was, that it is „a standard lovely Western city. You can see colourful buildings everywhere; enjoy the sunshine, walk in the nature, study in the bright, high-tech library”. I think this is a perfect place for students where they can experience sparkling culture diversity, enjoy the peacefulness of everyday life, meet a lot of kind and motivating people, enjoy the inspiring academic atmosphere, taste the food not only from Hungary but also from the world. I can call Szeged my second home.


amin-alawar2Amin Alawar - Faculty of Science and Informatics - Biology (PhD)

Being awarded the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship, I came from Lebanon to Szeged. Student life here is astonishing; I simply adore being a student at SZTE. A variety of foreign scholars, and young people have arrived here from all corners of the world. After having finished with academic work at the lab, there is still time for relaxing. The town itself is also impressive – my favourite place is Széchenyi tér.

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